17 years and counting...

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Hi, welcome to our website and thank you for stopping in!!!! 
We are family based and located in New Orleans, Louisiana. I have been doing this for 13 years and counting. We raise these babies in our home. We strive for high quality and healthy Frenchies. I started doing this after falling in love with my first brindle pied French Bulldog, named Booker. Frenchie's are an amazingly unique breed. They love big and provide us with lots of daily laughs!! They are a companion breed. They have BIG and different personalities. This breed has a desire to please their owner. They will shadow you so watch where you are walking :)... We raise our puppies socialized with other animals and around kids. Thank you for visiting out site and enjoying our puppy pictures. Circle back for new pictures and available pups.

We do have reserve forms if you would like to become a part of our Big Easy Frenchie Family. Please, call, text, or message regarding any upcoming litters or available puppies. We are happy to assist with any questions regarding our lines and/or just basic French Bulldog questions.

The French Bulldog

The French Bulldog

About the French Bulldog The French Bulldog resembles a Bulldog in miniature, except for the large, erect “bat ears” that are the breed’s trademark feature. The head is large and square, with heavy wrinkles rolled above the extremely short nose. The body beneath the smooth, brilliant coat is compact and muscular. The bright, affectionate Frenchie is a charmer. Dogs of few words, Frenchies don’t bark much—but their alertness makes them excellent watchdogs. They happily adapt to life with singles, couples, or families, and do not require a lot of outdoor exercise. They get on well with other animals and enjoy making new friends of the human variety. It is no wonder that city folk from Paris to Peoria swear by this vastly amusing and companionable breed.

We have more in the Gallery but here are some recent past puppies. 
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Hi! We have a beautiful new litter of babies! Check out our “available” page and text or call to inquire 📱 ☎️

Please text us Ryan- 504-222-5823 or Kelly 504-427-0923 to inquire!! 🐾🤍🍫

Big Easy Frenchie puppies generally start at $5000. 

Available pup pics coming soon..

We have a few male frenchies available that include lilac and tan fluffy carrier and Merle fluffy carrier

We have a beautiful new shade large litter of fluffy carriers and fluffy babies with some reserved already so lease don’t wait to inquire! TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO RYAN 504-222-5823 KELLY 504-427-0923


Currently in his forever home

Lilac and tan (possible testable and/or fluffy carrier Pet as full right options TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823


Currently in his forever home

Lilac and tan (possible testable and/or fluffy carrier Pet as full right options TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

Yara (female)

Currently in his forever home

Platinum Lilac and tan (possible testable and/or fluffy carrier Pet as full right options TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823


Currently in his forever home

Lilac and tan with potential testable and fluffy carrier Pet as full right options TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

🎭💙 Romeo

Has found his forever home

Lilac and tan tri merle Fluffy Carrier male Pet as full right options TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

🤩 Juliet

Has found her forever home

Lilac fawn Merle Fluffy Carrier female Pet as full right options TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

Meet: Cotton (Big Easy's High Cotton) Male


Platinum Lilac & Tan Fluffy Carrier TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

Tux is a lilac and tan merle platinum carrying fluffy! Male


Platinum Lilac & Tan merle Fluffy Carrier TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

Big Easy Merle'y Pearly (Big Easy's Pearl) Lilac & Tan Merle Fluffy carrier


Merle'y Pearly (Big Easy's Pearl) Lilac & Tan Merle Fluffy carrier

Big Easy’s SnowBall! Fluffy carrier (male)


Snowball is a lilac and tan platinum (merle)

Big Easy Big Easy's Ultimate Otis 🎁 🎼 🎺


Chocolate & tan carry blue & fluffy

Big Easy’s Leia


Blue fawn pied

Big Easy’s Blue and Tan male


Gorgeous blue and tan! First produced here.. Mom is Big Easy’s Kreole and Dad is Big Easy Fame

Meet -Blanco - he is a Lilac and tan merle platinum 🤩 Male - - Copy

In his forever home

Platinum Lilac & Tan Merle Fluffy Carrier boy 💙 TEXT OR CALL FOR MORE INFO KELLY 504-427-0923 RYAN 504-222-5823

Big Easy’s Blue fawn Merle


Unique blue fawn Merle 🤩! Mom is Big Easy’s Kreole and Dad is Big Easy Fame

Big Easy’s Lilac fawn 🤍


How beautiful is this boy!!!?? Lilac fawn male Mom is Big Easy’s Kreole and Dad is Big Easy’s Fame

Big Easy Frenchies has a large variety of Studs.  Some colors include:
-new shade dd bb coco atat (picture coming soon or upon request) 
-lilac and tan platinum
-lilac and tan Merle full fluffy
-lilac and tan
-chocolate merle
-And more……… 

PLEASE CONTACT VIA TEXT OR CALL TO INQUIRE regarding DNA or with help to figure out what stud would match up best with your female’s color/dna. We have lots of experience with this and can help make that choice a little easier
We would love to work with you!!
504-222-5823 (Ryan)
504-527-0933 (Kelly) 

French Bulldog facts:

  • Bat-eared but oddly beautiful, the French Bulldog has a unique appeal. Aesthetically, other breeds undeniably are more glamorous and showy, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder and what many behold in the French Bulldog are the attributes that make this breed one of the best companion dogs in the world today.
    The French Bulldog is small but substantial in build with a powerful muscular body. He sports a short easy-care coat to accompany his easygoing personality. The Frenchie likes to play, but he also enjoys spending his days relaxing on the sofa.
    That love of play and relaxed attitude carry over into their training sessions. French Bulldogs are intelligent, and training them is easy as long as you make it seem like a game and keep it fun. They are free thinkers and are not an ideal breed for competing in obedience or agility although some have risen to the challenge. This freethinking approach can also lead to a stubborn nature, and if they decide to dig in their heels there is no budging them.
    Frenchies are loving companions who thrive on human contact. If you want an outdoor dog who can be left alone for long periods, the Frenchie is not the breed for you. This is a dog who enjoys lavishing love on his human companions as much as he loves the same treatment in return. They generally get along well with everyone, including children. They can, however, be territorial and possessive of their people, especially in the presence of other dogs. Socialization is a must for this breed, but with their easy companionship this is an enjoyable task.
    With a nature that is both humorous and mischievous, the French Bulldog needs to live with someone who is consistent, firm, and patient with all the antics and idiosyncrasies that make him both frustrating and delightful.
    French Bulldogs make excellent watchdogs and will alert their people to approaching strangers, but it's not their style to bark without cause. They can be protective of their home and family and some will try to defend both with their life.
    French Bulldogs do not need a lot of room and do very well in apartments or small dwellings. A couple of 15-minute walks per day should keep them from becoming overweight. Keep the Frenchie in cool, comfortable surroundings. He's susceptible to heat exhaustion and needs an air-conditioned environment. This is not a dog who can stay outside on a hot day.
    French Bulldogs are wonderful companion dogs with a gentle nature. If you work at home, the Frenchie is happy to lie at your feet all day or follow you from room to room. People who love them describe them as mischievous goof balls and can't imagine life without them. They are a constant presence, and they'll love you with all the strength in their small bodies, proving time and again that beauty is on the inside.
  • Highlights
    • French Bulldogs do not need a lot of exercise, but they do need daily walks to keep them at a healthy weight.
    • French Bulldogs do not handle heat very well and need to be monitored on hot days to ensure that they don't overexert themselves.
    • French Bulldogs can be easy to train, but they can also be stubborn. Be firm and patient when training this breed.
    • If you value cleanliness the French Bulldog may not be the dog for you, since he is prone to drooling, flatulence and some shedding. He can also be difficult to housetrain.
    • French Bulldogs can be a quiet breed and are not known as a breed that barks frequently although there are exceptions to every rule.
    • Because they don't tend to be excessive barkers, French Bulldogs make exceptional apartment dogs.
    • Although it is important to always supervise young children and dogs when they are together, the French Bulldog does very well with children.
    • French Bulldogs make wonderful watchdogs, but they can become territorial. They also like being the center of attention, which can lead to behavioral problems if they are overindulged.
    • French Bulldogs are companion dogs and thrive when they have human contact. They are not a breed that can be left alone for long periods or left outside to live.
    • To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from an irresponsible breeder, puppy mill, or pet store.


Generally a French Bulldog is about 11 to 12 inches tall. Males weigh 20 to 28 pounds, females 16 to 24 pounds.


This is a smart, loving dog who wants and needs to spend lots of time with his people. A fun-loving freethinker, the French Bulldog takes well to training when it's done in a positive manner with lots of food rewards, praise, and play.


French Bulldogs do not need a lot of exercise. They have fairly low energy levels, although there are exceptions to every rule. To keep their weight down, however, they need daily exercise through short walks or play times in the yard. Many French Bulldogs enjoy playing and will spend much of their time in various activities, but they are not so high energy that they need a large yard or long periods of exercise. This breed is prone to heat exhaustion and should not be exercised in hot temperatures. Limit walks and active play to cool mornings and evenings.
When training a French Bulldog, take into account that although they are intelligent and usually eager to please, they are also free thinkers. That means they can be stubborn. Many different training techniques are successful with this breed, so don't give up if a certain method doesn't work; just try a different technique. To pique your Frenchie's interest, try to make training seem like a game with lots of fun and prizes.
It is important to crate train your French Bulldog puppy even if you plan to give him the freedom of the house when he reaches adulthood. Regardless of breed, puppies explore, get into things they shouldn't, and chew things that can harm them. It can be expensive both to repair or replace destroyed items and to pay the vet bills that could arise, so crate training benefits your wallet and your temper as well as your puppy's well being.

Coat Color and Grooming

The coat of the French Bulldog is short, smooth, shiny, and fine. The skin is loose and wrinkled, especially at the head and shoulders, and has a soft texture.
French Bulldogs come in a variety of colors, including fawn, cream, various shades of brindle — a coat patterned with specks and streaks of light and dark markings — such as black brindle and the striking tiger brindle, and brindle and white, known as brindle pied. French Bulldogs can be any color except solid black, liver (a solid reddish-brown with brown pigmentation on the lips and nose), mouse (a light steely gray), and black with white or tan.
Run from any breeder who tells you that a particular color is rare and thus worth more money. Conversely, remember that you can't just order up a puppy of a particular color and gender. Having your heart set on a fawn female is a recipe for disappointment when the litter contains only cream and brindle males.
French Bulldogs are fairly easy to groom and need only an occasional brushing to keep their coat healthy. They are average shedders. Begin grooming your Frenchie at a young age and teach your puppy to stand on a table or floor to make this experience easier on both of you. When you are grooming your Frenchie at any stage of life, take the time to check for any scabs, skin lesions, bare spots, rough, flaky skin, or signs of infections. You should also check ears, eyes and teeth for any discharge or bad smells. Both are signs that your Frenchie may need to see the veterinarian.
Clean ears regularly with a damp warm cloth and run a cotton swab around the edge of the canal. Never stick the cotton swab into the actual ear canal. If the edges of the ears are dry, apply mineral or baby oil sparingly. The oil can also be used on a dry nose.
French Bulldogs do not naturally wear their nails down and will need their nails trimmed regularly. This prevents splitting and tearing, which can be painful for the dog.
Keep the facial wrinkles clean and dry to prevent bacterial infections. Whenever you bathe your dog, take the time to thoroughly dry the skin between the folds. Bathe your French Bulldog monthly or as needed, and use a high-quality dog shampoo to keep the natural oils in his skin and coat.
French Bulldogs should be easy to groom, and with proper training and positive experiences during puppyhood, grooming can be a wonderful bonding time for you and your Frenchie. If you're uncomfortable with any aspect of grooming, such as trimming nails, take your dog to a professional groomer who understands the needs of French Bulldogs.

Breeding Rights/Full Rights

I get lots of questions regarding Full rights. If you would like to discuss further please inquire by text, email, or phone. 
  • New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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